Os Elos do Dragão

Os Elos do Drag o This book is the start of a rather good series involving magic fighting and betrayal of all kinds A girl of the age of escapes the assassination of her entire family by pure luck and is forced to

  • Title: Os Elos do Dragão
  • Author: Paul Collins Ana Mendes Lopes Pedro Pires
  • ISBN: 9789895574728
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is the start of a rather good series involving magic, fighting and betrayal of all kinds A girl of the age of 14 escapes the assassination of her entire family by pure luck and is forced to go from being part of a noble, rich family to attempting to survive on the streets of the city To stop anyone who might mean her harm she dresses up as a boy in hopes this wThis book is the start of a rather good series involving magic, fighting and betrayal of all kinds A girl of the age of 14 escapes the assassination of her entire family by pure luck and is forced to go from being part of a noble, rich family to attempting to survive on the streets of the city To stop anyone who might mean her harm she dresses up as a boy in hopes this will also help her find a way to earn some money as well.

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    1. I love this book to DEATH. I've read it through four or five times, and the same goes for the the sequel Dragonfang, which is almost as good as the original - and though Dragonsight and Wardragon are perhaps not as brilliant as these first two novels in the series, they're nothing to sneer at, because they're all wonderful.Brilliance! Paul Collins has created loveable, interesting characters that you become enthralled with from the first word. And the world he creates is amazing - simply amazing [...]

    2. I read this novel when I was 13 years old, and I absolutely adored it and it's sequels. Jelindel was one of the first heroines that I connected to almost instantly. Although we were in entirely different situations, Jelindel and I shared so many common traits, a love of literature and adventure, and an inherent belief that there was more out there than what we knew. I recently saw this novel in a book store and could hardly believe my luck; I'd been searching for what felt like an eternity for t [...]

    3. This book is the start of a rather good series involving magic, fighting and betrayal of all kinds.A little girl of the age of 14 escapes the assassination of her entire family by pure luck and is forced to go from being part of a noble, rich family to attempting to survive on the streets of the city. To stop anyone who might mean her harm she dresses up as a boy in hopes this will also help her find a way to earn some money as well.Jelindel, manages to find work as a scribe and even make a frie [...]

    4. There is a lot about this book that I thoroughly enjoyed. It consisted of a rich and detailed world which followed its own rules about magic consistently. The story mostly follows the quest of a young girl scholar, Jalindel, to find all the dragonlinks which are powerful weapons. There are many twists and turns along the way and political plots and intrigues which keep it interesting, although I did sometimes find myself confused about certain events But all in all, it was a fast paced adventure [...]

    5. This is an awesome book about a royal girl named Jelindel who's family all get killed. She disguises herself as a boy and goes out into the world where finds work at a nearby village as a scribe. This is where she meets Zimak, a boy who carries messages for the scribes. Through Zimak, and after a series of events, she meets Daretor, a lone swordsmen. Through a huge epic journey the orphan, the message boy and the swordsmen travel the land of Q'zar to find the magic links of a lengendary, all-pow [...]

    6. Best book ever! I absolutely loved this book and just could not put it down. The twists, shocking revelations and mystery will keep the reader in suspenseful longing. After reading this I am desperate to keep reading the series. Is is truly one of those books you wish would never end.If you don't particularly like reading and need a book full of action and unexpected twists to keep you hooked this is it! An unbelievable and incredibly well written book about adventure, loyal and honour that will [...]

    7. This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon . Please head there for more in-depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Jelindel's family has been murdered, and she is just struggling to survive out in the real world. Throw in a thief and a warrior consumed with honour, and you find that they make an incredible team.Which is good, because they're trying to hunt down missing links of a chain mail shirt in order to destroy it forever.The characters are fleshed out n [...]

    8. 'The Jelindel Chronicles' is one of those series that you love to read so you can track the characters through exciting quests and coming-of-age turning points in their lives. Paul Collins has written an action-packed, fantasy saga, full of twists and turns. In this quest of good versus evil, Jelindel is a young 14 year old daughter of the noble Mediesar family, who are slaughtered one night by the evil Preceptor and his ally Fa’red. The 14-year-old Countess Jelindel is the only one to escape, [...]

    9. Jelindel is a teenager watching the stars when all her family and friends are killed. Disguised as a boy she makes her living as a scribe in a market place where she meets Zimack who gets paid to run messages. Through him she eventually meets Daretor, a swordsman. Through events that are forced upon them they travel together seeking links that are part of an aienl mail shirt that has the power to change the seat of power in the world. So naturally, everyone else wants it as wellI started out rea [...]

    10. Dos livros mais banháticos que já li! Até certa altura até parecia engraçado, eis senão quando um dos personagens abre um portal para um mundo paralelo (até aqui tudo bem) MAS o mundo paralelo tem os nossos hospitais e as ambulâncias são designadas de dragões!!!!Mesmo assim acho que vou ler os 2 seguintes da saga. Só para confirmar.

    11. Read this book after picking it somewhat randomly off the library shelf. It was a fairly good tale with some moderately relatable characters and a somewhat interesting storyline. Parts of it did not come together well for me, so I am only giving it three stars. Enjoyed reading it but would not rush to recommend it to others.

    12. Good, but the heroine a little too strong? I love her, but I saw it a little unrealistic after completely changing her life like that not to see more regret, especially loosing those who became her adoptive kinda family as well after that. Love her smarts however, and I didn't guess the twists. :)

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